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Hmm. Cow Cow might need to return in order to reclaim his pride of place in
the kingdom of Boogie Woogie after this guy is done hatcheting up his
reputation.

http://nonjohn.com/History%20of%20Boogie%20Woogie.htm

There are many interesting things in here, but just as many mistakes and
references nonjohn didn't really look at very carefully. Tsk tsk.

David N. Lewis
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Hail to the prophets!" -  Ferruccio Busoni, 1924

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Gould would have been fine if only he followed good engineering practice and
grounded himself.  He apparently never heard of a grounded bass.

Steve Smolian

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Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 4:35 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Cow Cow 's return?


> VERY scary story..I was going to forward it and forgot.
>
> Okay, maybe Glenn Gould without the humming would be a good thing.
>
> dl
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> Dick Spottswood wrote:
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>> Can new technology allow the late great masters to perform once more?
>> Play It Again, Vladimir (via Computer)
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